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245 04 The diversity of international law :|bessays in honour of 
       professor Kalliopi K. Koufa /|cedited by Aristotle 
       Constantinides, Nikos Zaikos. 
264  1 Leiden ;|aBoston :|bMartinus Nijhoff Publishers,|c2009. 
300    1 online resource (xliv, 674 pages) 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tObservations sur la consolidation des valeurs communes 
       en droit des gens contemporain /|rChristian Dominicé --
       |tLes règles d'ordre public en droit international /
       |rConstantin P. Economidès --|tConstitutional problems of 
       investor-state arbitration /|rErnst-Ulrich Petersmann --
       |tMulticulturalism and contemporary international law and 
       law-making /|rEdward McWhinney --|tThe Security Council as
       legislator /|rTullio Treves --|tThe participation of NGOs 
       in the international regulatory function /|rMaria Clelia 
       Ciciriello --|tIssues concerning parallel proceedings in 
       international dispute settlement /|rFrancisco Orrego-
       Vicuña --|tThe creation of the International Tribunal for 
       the Law of the Sea as a specialized court /|rHugo Caminos 
       --|tReflections on dispute settlement in the light of 
       recent arbitrations involving Eritrea /|rJohn G. Merrills 
       --|tThe protection of nationals abroad : Russia's use of 
       force in Georgia /|rChristine Gray --|tState sovereignty 
       in times of terrorism /|rRafael Nieto-Navia --|tCauses 
       worth fighting for : is there a non-state jus ad bellum? /
       |rFrédéric Mégret --|tSecurity and human rights : balance 
       or fear? /|rPieter van Dijk --|tProtecting human rights 
       vis-à-vis 'targeted' UN Security Council sanctions /
       |rTorsten Stein --|tTargeted anti-terrorist sanctions and 
       their implications for international law normative and 
       institutional coherency /|rPavel Šturma and Veronika 
505 80 |tInternational law, the sharia and international 
       terrorism : a critical assessment of the role of Pakistan 
       in the 'war on terror' /|rJavaid Rehman --|tProhibited 
       discrimination in international human rights law /|rDinah 
       Shelton --|tFreedom of expression and the protection of 
       private life in the case-law of the European Court of 
       Human Rights : a field of tension /|rChristos Rozakis --
       |tEuropean human rights law and Turkey's violations in the
       occupied areas of Cyprus /|rVan Coufoudakis --|tBeyond the
       duty to protect : expanding accountability and 
       responsibilities of the state in combating human 
       trafficking /|rRoza Pati --|tThe United Nations 
       declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples /
       |rSiegfried Wiessner --|tIndigenous peoples' rights to 
       their natural resources /|rErika-Irene Daes --|tInside/
       outside : women and the international human rights system 
       /|rHilary Charlesworth --|tHarmonising the individual 
       protection regime : some reflections on the relationship 
       between human rights and international humanitarian law in
       the light of the right to life /|rVera Gowlland-Debbas --
       |tThe viability of a convention for the protection of 
       internally displaced persons /|rFausto Pocar --|tLes 
       droits des victimes des actes terroristes /|rEmmanuel 
       Decaux --|tThe United Nations and drug policy : towards a 
       human rights-based approach /|rDamon Barrett and Manfred 
505 80 |tLa protection diplomatique : du standard minimum de 
       traitement des étrangers aux droits de l'homme /|rMohamed 
       Bennouna --|tState responsibility for international crimes
       : a review of principles of reparation /|rAndré 
       Nollkaemper --|tLa légitime défense a-t-elle sa place dans
       un code sur la responsabilité internationale? /|rThéodore 
       Christakis and Karine Bannelier --|tDefining genocide /
       |rWilliam Schabas --|tCrimes against humanity in 
       contemporary international law /|rValentín Bou --
       |tRestoring the rule of law : ending official elite 
       impunity for international crimes /|rJordan Paust --
       |tL'exercice de la compétence de la Cour pénale 
       internationale à l'égard des crimes commis au Darfour /
       |rDjamchid Momtaz --|tDe la souveraineté à la coopération 
       : l'émergence d'intérêts collectifs /|rUmberto Leanza --
       |tIntérêt collectif, lutte contre les changements 
       climatiques et le défi de l'universalité /|rLaurence 
       Boisson de Chazournes and Katerina Varfi --|tThe 
       implications of the principle of sustainable development 
       in international environmental law /|rJosé Juste-Ruiz. 
520    This collection of essays pays homage to the multifarious 
       and enduring work of Kalliopi K. Koufa, the first woman to
       become Professor of International Law in Greece. The 
       volume brings together 37 contributions of renowned 
       international law scholars from all over the world on a 
       wide spectrum of important contemporary theoretical and 
       practical issues. The essays reflect the multiple faces, 
       the expanding scope and diversity of contemporary 
       international law. Areas covered include the use of force,
       dispute settlement, international criminal law, 
       international environmental law and, most notably, t. 
546    Essays in English and French. 
588 0  Print version record. 
600 10 Koufa, Kalliopi.|0
650  0 International law.|0
655  4 Electronic books. 
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700 1  Koufa, Kalliopi.|0
700 1  Constantinides, Aristotle.|0
700 1  Zaïkos, N.|0 
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